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  • Maxillary triangular fracture may be caused by blow with fist or blunt instrument to the face.
  • May be caused by crushing injury to face as in road traffic accidents
  • Leads to triangular fracture with detachment of middle one third of the face
  • Reduction is performed under general anesthesia.
  • It must be able to restore normal bite to the teeth
  • Use bar attached to the teeth as a splint of maxilla arch
  • Attach splint by bars to plaster head cap which fixes maxilla to cranial vault. Keep for 4-6 weeks.
  • Treat CSF rhinorrhea with antibiotics.

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